Daffy Duck vies with Porky Pig in the Western frontier hotel business. Porky has more success, attracting hordes of customers with a live-action saloon party. So, Daffy decides to "...
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Daffy Duck vies with Porky Pig in the Western frontier hotel business. Porky has more success, attracting hordes of customers with a live-action saloon party. So, Daffy decides to "undermine" Porky's good fortune by planting a bomb beneath Porky's inn. Written by
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Porky Pig's inn attraction of live dancing, is from approximately a five seconds clip of Gone with the Wind (1939), that lured Daffy Duck to try to imitate. All went okay, until the skipping needle occurs. See more »
A fun Daffy Duck cartoon with a good enough mix of slapstick, witty and dialogue humour
This Daffy Duck episode is not my favourite, partly due to the amount of boring, rather predictable slapstick jokes involved. However, I find many good points with the cartoon. Some of the jokes in "Daffy's Inn Trouble" are highly amusing, making this a cartoon worth watching. Other things I like about this are the animation of the characters (the backgrounds are good as well), the theme of the episode and the personality of Porky is very good. The only flaws I find with the cartoon are the fact that there are a few slapstick jokes that could have been transformed into witty jokes/dialogue and the fact that Daffy Duck's personality is not my favourite (although he is cleverer than he often was around Porky in the time the cartoon was made).
In this cartoon, Daffy Duck sweeps the floor of Porky's inn, which is in the middle of a desert. He is fed up with having to work for him rather than running an independent business just like Porky. When Porky buys him a new broom (which was kind of him but is a bit of an inappropriate present), Daffy quits and goes off to build and run his own inn. Porky, who is very good at his business (even though it is small), can immediately see Daffy does not know how to run an inn...
I recommend this cartoon to people who like a cleverer Daffy along with Porky and a mix of slapstick and non-slapstick jokes in a Looney Tunes cartoon. Enjoy "Daffy's Inn Trouble"! :-)
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